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Former Ohio Bobcat linebacker Alphonso Lewis was arrested on Saturday for possession of an illegal open container in Athens. Lewis, 23, was charged with a minor misdemeanor and issued a citation. According to a court document, Lewis was in possession of "an open container of beer or intoxicating liquor in a public place." He did… Read More
D.J. Cooper, Walter Offutt, Reggie Keely, David McKinley, Ivo Baltic and Nick Goff will leave Ohio's program, after making a mark that will never be forgotten. The group will go down as one of the best classes in Ohio basketball history.
You’ve heard the saying, “the third time’s a charm.” For Jim Christian’s Bobcats, the charm couldn’t come at a better time than now. When Ohio faces off against Akron tonight at Quicken Loans Arena, both teams will be competing for all the marbles. For Ohio, the marbles come in the form of a second-consecutive NCAA… Read More
During his playing days at Kent State, shooting guard Omni Smith was a Bobcat killer, going 4-1 against Ohio over the course of two seasons. Now the Chicago native has hung up his high tops to pursue a coaching career, and the school he used to torment has suddenly become his first employer. “Me and… Read More
Ohio football officially announced its 2013 schedule earlier today, which features four games on the ESPN family of networks. The most challenging game on the schedule for Frank Solich and the 'Cats will undoubtedly be the season opener as the Green and White head to Louisville, Ky. on Aug. 31 to take on the defending… Read More
Junior shooting guard Nick Kellogg and sophomore point guard Stevie Taylor stopped by Studio B to talk basketball, video games and more. Ohio will next take the court this Saturday in Nashville against Belmont before its rematch against Akron next Wednesday.
Pat Chiesa sits down with the Ohio women's basketball play-by-play announcer Rob Schreier and color man Tyler Rosten to discuss what lies ahead for the Lady 'Cats.
On the first Wednesday of February every year, thousands of young football players across the nation choose where they’ll go to college. It’s known as National Signing Day, the first day that high school seniors can make their verbal commitments to schools binding by signing their National Letter of Intent. On Feb. 6th 2013, Ohio… Read More
Ohio cornerbacks Jarid Brown and DyQuan Stewart stopped by Studio B to chat with Showcase football reporters Pat Chiesa and Seth Austin. Brown and Stewart both signed their letters of intent on Wednesday and are already on campus working out with the team and taking classes. The two played prep ball at Fork Union Military… Read More
Martinsburg (W. Va.) Bulldog receiver and Ohio commit Cedric Brown chats with the Showcase crew in the latest recruiting podcast. Brown was the third-ranked recruit from West Virginia according to 24/7 Sports.